With Android L going official a couple of weeks ago, there has been some uncertainty over which devices will get the coveted update. While the recent crop of Nexus devices are almost certain to get the update, OEM version of smartphones were in doubt.
But HTC came forward and mentioned that the update will be rolled out to its GPE and standard flagships which was relieving news for customers. And now, Motorola has joined the list by confirming that the Moto X as well as the Moto G will be getting the update. The confirmation comes from the company’s support team, so we know it’s pretty legitimate information.
This should come as no surprise considering that the handset features a relatively stock version of Android. The company hasn’t confirmed if the recently launched Moto E will be eligible for the update, although we don’t see why it wouldn’t be updated since it features pretty much the same ROM as the Moto G. The bad news for owners of the Moto G and the Moto X however is that the update is not close as it’s still in its developmental stage.
When the final release of the ROM is ready, Google will send them out to manufacturers like Motorola, HTC, LG and Samsung. This could take a few months as Android L isn’t expected to be commercially available until later this year.
Source: Android Origin
Via: GSM Arena